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nONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 7, 1912.
louse on Green St.,
$45 per month5-
rouse bnKewalb t,
$75 per month.
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:ZX BETHEL- 8TREET
:i 6uy 3-bedroom BUNGALOW
1 LOT with 75foot frontage
. Fort street ' s"'-
Houeot has been, built ' about
.. Steen 'months.: ' '.: :
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Terms glvtn. - "
icr, particulars apply ; ;,
3 liver G; Lansing
ATTORN EY'AT IVW V
rl Cullrfing , Honolulu Y. K
p. a:'Ci cnj
. Q. Duicshbrg
JURANCE ; : r
: ;::rc!;E5t5 -vW;s 3013
' V- '' . ARCHITECT. '
lirnatet Furnished on Dulldlngs
r, Rates ? Reasonable. . ; - .
ilctel 8W OrejcoV BldR. Tel. SCSI
DRINK , v
Old Koria Coffee
BEST - IN THE MARKET
Z N R Y m M AY !,& C O.
, Phone 1271 '
; ; 3 thing . In '." basket arid bouquet
k with class ribbons at reasonable
Prs- E- m.: Tfigicr Flcrlsl - -
(el St opposiie Alex. Young Cafe.
Dry Goods Store
IN SACHS BLOCK
, 72 BerJtania Street -BAKER
& ; HOKE, Props.
ANGE BLOSSOM CANDIES
2 IJost Popular Candies Made
"on tho Coast : ? "
ONOLULU DRUG ' CO,- LTD,
t Fort St Telephone 1364
oGe- R. Frazier
1-71 iri ITir? Ct.
IWHiamsori & Buttolph
Stock and Bond Brokers
Phone 1182 I. 0. Box 69
S3 JUgCILLV STREET
Wednesday, August 7.
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NAME OP STOCK.
4 ' MERCANTILE.
C. Brewer & Co-
Ewa IJianfatlon Co. . .
flaw. Cora. & fcug.Co. . . .
Hawaiian Susar Co.
Honoma Sugar Co
Ilonokaa Sugar Co. . .. .. .
Haiku Sugar Co.
Hutcblnacn Sugar Plant .
Kabukq Tlantatlon Co
Keicaha Sugar Co. :
Koloa Sugar Co
McBryde, Sugar Co
Oahu Sugar Co. . .
Onomea Sugar Co
Claa Sugar Co Ltd
Paauhau Sugar Plant Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Walalua Agrlc Co. . . . . .
Walluku Sugar Co. ,
Walmanalo Sugar Co. . . .
Walmea Sugai Mill Co. . .
Inter-Island Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Elottric Co. . . .
Hos. TUT. & Lv Co.. Pret
Hon. R. T. & L.Jo.. Cora.
Mutual Telephone Co. . . .
OahuR.L.Co. ... f
HIlo R. Co., Com. . . . .
Hoa.B.& M. Co.
Haw.lrrgtn. Co.,ft;. ....
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Tanjong Olok RC, pd. np.
Pahang'Kub, Co. .......
Uon..U. & M. Co. Ass...
Haw: Ten 4 (Fire CI.) . .
Haw. Ter.f 4 Pub. Imps
na.w. cT.v s
Cal. Beet Sug. & Ref. Co. fi
Hon. Gas..Co., 'LtcL, 5s.
Haw. Com;& Sug. Co. 5
Hllo R. It Co., Issue 19 01.
Hilo R. R. Co.. Coil &X ...
Honokaa Sugai Co., 6 . .
Horn K. T. tc L. Oo. 6 . . ..
Kauai Rj. Co. 68..:.....,,
Kobala Ditch Co. 6s . . .
McBryde Sugar Co. 6s .
100 v .
Mutual TeL 6s,.;.;.....
Oahu R, & U Co. 6 V. .
Oahu Sugar Co. Z .
Claa Sugar Co. 6 . . I ... .
Pac: Sug. Mill Co.a r.'.i .
rioneer Mill Co. B i . .
Waialua Agrlc Co. 5 U r
Natomas Con. g. . ......
v i v- SALES. - -
' . Between Boards-iT Haw. 1 Sugar
42 7 Oahu ;28, i 5 Pala 215,'il5 1 Ewa
S0oia Ewa 30, 1000 Hllo Ex. 6
S44. ' - ... " . . ' ' ' '
v Session-Sales 12. Oahu 7, 50
McBryde 7U. 15 .Oahu 2T, 10. Mc
Bryde ,7U. 25 Onomea 67, 25 Onomea
57, 80 Olaa 57, 5 Onomea 56,' 30 H:
C. S. .Ca, 44, 5080 Olaa 6 97.
Latest sugar quotation: 4.05 cents,
or f 81 per ton. ; ,
Beets 12s 2d
llcmbcrs llonolalu Stuck and Bond
FORT AJD MERCHANT STREETS
:. .' . Telephone 120S.
Harry Armitagc & Co.,
: J ; Limited
' STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
P. O. Box 6S3 ' i: Phone 2101
' HONOLULU. HAWAII
Member Honolulu Stock .and Boad
Exchange , , r
Jas. F. Morgan Co., Ltd.
Information Furnished nd Loane
v Made .
157 KAAHUMANU STREET
Giffard & Both
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
Members Honolulu Stoek and Bond
Stanpenirald - Bid? 102 Merchant St
MILK and CREAM
F. H. Kit by, Prop.
We deliver fresh Milk and Cream
twice dally to all parts of the city.
Phone 37S6 P. O. Box 220
P. H. BURNETTE
Commissioner of Deeds lor Califor
nia and New York; NOTARY PUB.
LIC; Grants Marriage Licenses. Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills . of Sale,
Leases, Wills, etc Attorney for the
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT STj
i.n in ti, pu... . : .,;
LOCAL AND GENERAL
For a hack ring up 2307.
New stripe chiffons at Whitney &
Elegantly furnished rooms with hot
and cold baths at Hotel Arlington.
The Underwood Typewriter Visible
none better. Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
Save your old hats. Have them
cleaned by the Experts, at 1123 Fort
St. above Hotel.
By our new process we can have!
hats cleaned and blocked in a day.
The Expert Hat Cleaners.
. Antone Oliveira, bankrupt? received
his final discharge by U. S. District
Judge Clemons this morning.
Wanted Two more passengers for
around-the-island at $6. Lewis
Stables and Garage. Tel. 2141
If you want a good job done on an
auto or carriage take it to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St
Dr. M. E. Grossman, Dentist, has
resumed practice at his offices, 1141
Alakea St. Office hoorse, 9 to 4.
Dr. Birch, Surgeon Chiropodist has
resumed practise. Offices, Alakea St.,
opp. Hawaiian Hotel. Phone 1135.
Pineapple soda and Hire's Root Beer
excellent, summer drinks are bot
tled by the Consolidated Soda Works.
Bring 10 Greeij Stamps and one dol
lar and. get a complete. Boy Scout suit
for vacation. Green Stamp Store,
Beretania and Fort streets.
You don't have to pay any more at
the French Laundry to get the very
finest kind of laundering done. Care
ful, respectful service. Try us.
Rear Admiral Homer Stanford, U.
S. N., will give a talk on Pearl Har
bor drydock at lunch at the Commer
cial Club, &tj 12 o'clock' tomprrow. ,
r Suar lifciped by the Sugar Factors
Company to July 31 amounted to
401,500 'top,- of which by that date
352,000 tons" had reached market
The two warships and the Lurline,4
strung out about five miles apart
made a pretty marine procession last
evening as they passed Koko Head.
No matter where you have been din
ing, rou'll never go anywhere else
after having ond of the appetizing,
home-cooked meals at the Palm Cafe.
AVe have Just received a shipment
of fresh Lowriey's Chocolates, cara
mels and candies in fancy boxes.
Henry May & Co., Ltd. Telephone
The city directories of ihany main
land cities have been grouped into a
library form af the Promotion Com
mittee rooms for the use of the puhj
. Pioneer Shingle; Stain gives perfect
satisfaction fwher0, others fail.- You
cannot mistake ' in insisting upon it.
Sold by Lewers & Cooke, Ltd., 177 S
King street ' . :
Letters have been received from
members of , the "Bostonians." They
have been" affected like ""every , other
yisltor-i-seem' to" think Honolulu; is, a
dream and object to being 'awakened,
:;,i'The j first' ohia steamer chair .Vver
manufactured" is exhibited in the
Public Service window, King street
It 'was madeby tho Hawaiian Devel
opment Co. ,,fpr, the, Outrigger, Club. -The
San Francisfco Examiner of
July, 26 says: 'The Lkeview Oil
Company r No. '2 has taken over the
property ;o'f the Midway Southern Oil'
Company. The first-named company
will operate the property in the fu
A large Iron standard and. frame
for a sidewalk clock are being erected
by the Dougherty & Wall Jewelry firm,
in front of the store they occupy
in the . Young building on Bishop
street at present occupied by the Li
brary Association, which is expected
to move shortly to the. hew library
There was an active market in
stocks this morning, with consider
able business from between sessions
reported. Prices gave way in most
cases, exceptions being Onomea and
Hawaiian Sugar, which Scored gains.
Between sessions Hawaiian Sugar
brought 42.50 for 17 shares, being an
advance of half a point. Oahu brought
lis previous figure of 28 for 7 shares,
but declined an eighth on the board
for 12 and 15 shares. Paia declined
ten points in a reported sale of 5
shares for Zlo. Ewa fell off a quar
ter point in recess sales of 15 and 10
shares at 30.75.
Session sales other than already
mentioned were 50 and 10 shares Mc
Bryde down a quarter point to 7.25
25 and 25 shares Onomea at 57 and 5
at 56.87 against 56.50 yesterday, 80
Olaa down an eighth to 7.625 and 30
H. C. & S. off half a point at 44.
Bond sales were $1000 Hilo Exten
sion sixes at 94.75, and $5000 Olaa
LONDON, Eng., July 30 Alcohol
ism among women is increasing year
ly, according to Dr. Magnan, .chief of
the Paris Insane Bureau, who address
ed the International Eugenics Con
gress today. The congress, which be
gan its deliberations here on July 24,
ended today with a discussion of al
coholism and other eausesof degen
eracy. BOWEL COMPLAINT IX CHILDREN
Children when teething are liable to
attacks of diarrhoea and this trouble,
especially in warm weather, should
never be neglected. The best medi
cine in use for ailments of this kind
is Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. When reduced
with water and sweetened, it is not
unpleasant, which Is of great import
ance when giving medicine to chil
dren.! For sale by all dealers. Ben-
Clothes are 'the right ones for your Boy.
them arid tried them.
Besides a suit,
Hats, etc. We havea handsome, extensive
Sf cssc&t Uwsrw
TRADE. UAUk V
Curet InBeestin.Drspeps!.Souf Stom
ach. Uek of Appetite Heart Fluiterlftjr.
ns and Wind an Stomach. Bloated Fee
In. Pal in StonJach alter Eatlnfr. Sick
Headachev Dircnesj, .Coated Teneue .
Biliousness. La Grippe,- Detiptia revr,
Oiilli 'and Fever. Malaria. Breakfcone.
Fever, Tired FeeUnKfJjundlce.Baclcachft ,
Diabetes. Cirafel.inopieni cnravjwi
se. Bl.dd.- TrouDlet tn uresis, Knen
matlsm. Impure Blood, Catarrh, Scrofula,
Melancholia, Wervons Disoraers, Sleep
lessness. Removes Worms. Cures Coo
Stipation, Anaemic Conditiofi.
K Great Tonic for Women, v
1 1 .00 per bottle. 3 for 12.50, 6 for $5.00
.KILAUEA VOLCANO HOUSE, Aug.
5. Several Honolulu Deoole are at
present guests at the Kilauea Volcano j
House and August ' first there was a :
merry birthday dinner given in honor i
of the twenty-first birthday anniver j
sary of Prof. Dodge who is connected j
with the observatory there. The af- .
fair was arranged by Prof. Jarrett and j
a dinner of many courses was brought
to a tilimax when a mammoth birth
day cake with lighted candles was
brought in and set before, the aston
ished -.young guest of hqnor. The
guests included the four j professors
connected with the observatory, Prof.
Jaegger, Prof. Jarrett and their assist,
ant, a doctor from Japan, J. T. War
ren of Honolulu, and Mrs. Lucas. Mrs.
Harry Kluegel and Miss Jliggins of
Mr. and Mrs. Duisenberg of Hotel
Pleasanton are among late arrivals at
the Volcano House having motored up
from Hilo in their machine.
Mr. and Mrs. .Cunha of Honolulu
spent a few days last week at the vol
cano. Mrs. Tom Burningham 'of Nuuanu
street has returned to' town after a
pleasant visit at the Volcano House.
Harry Kluegel, formerly of Hono- i
lulu, is a frequent week end visitor
at the Volcano House, coming up to I
see Mrs. Kluegel who is spending j
some time there this summer. He is j
In charge of the bridge and trestle j
architectural work for the new rail
AT THE VOLUANO
road which is being built north from ; ricultural Company, Limited, will be
Hilo. John T. Warren of the Hono- i closed to transfers Thursday, August
lulu Photo Supply Co. who has spent ; 8 1912f at 12 o'clock noon, to Thurs
the past three weeks at the Volcano day August 15, 1912, inclusive.
House, lett Sunday in company wun
ir. t-'i. 1 u ; 4. t i
inspection of the various camps, the
(11. f Ilirl I N 1 1 1 I fill I II III
trip around the big island to be made
by motor or on horseback. Mr. Warren
expects to leave Hilo Friday, return
ing to Honolulu Saturday on the Ma
Judge William Lymer of Honolulu
spent a week at the Volcano House
the latter part of July, motoring up
Miss May Kluegel of Honolulu ar
rived Sunday at. the Volcano House
he will need a Blouse,
"The Store tor Gqbd Clothes"
?o5o buys a four-room cottage, al
most new. Easily moved to any lo
cation desired. Telephone 3765.
City Auto Stand, opp. Catholic Mis
sion, on Fort 1st. Phone 3tb4 or
Massage treatments at your home by
expert masseur from St. Helena
Sanitarium. Phone 2347.
Waialua Agricultural Company,
The stock books of the Waialua Ag-
CHAS H. ATHERTON,
Treasurer, Waialua Agricultural Com
Honolulu, August 7, 1912.
Undertaking Co ,
Night and Day Phone. 1325
71 PFPETAN1A 1
And the Boy generally needs them.
He needs GOOD dothes clothes that ar
built to stand the wear and tear of boys
games, and that will
have been worn awhile.
agree with ' us
Underwear Linen Trousers, Suspenders, Tics,.
line of 'everything he
1 V .' r
go - aw
Hotel Street, Opposite Empire Theater
HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
AUTO BUS AND UNIFORMED REPRESENTATIVES MEET ALU
IT IS REALLY ECONOMY TO
COME AND BE COMFORTABLE.
EUROPEAN PLAN, FROM $2.00 ,UP
UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF JAMES WO003
STAR-BULLETIN 5.75 PER MOkTII
LOOK right after they
when yquVe seen
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